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't find he hosted the charlie sheen host. find out about that. the oscars will air live in february. >>> drivers in southern california are relieved carmageddon once again wasn't as bad as predicted. this time lapse video shows construction crews working on the 405 freeway over the weekend. a ten-mile stretch was shut down. luckily, they finished on time. >>> ads promise thousands of dollars for women to donate their eggs, and they're popping up more and more on college campuses. but is it worth the money? dania baucus has that story. >> reporter: students can make money from their elements. $150 to join a study on athlete's foot, $600 for research on indigestion, but these ads found on benches offer much more. up to $10,000 for young women who sell their eggs to a couple that can't have their own children. >> it is kind of an interesting situation. i'm not using them. so maybe someone else would benefit from it. >> reporter: women who volunteer could end up in a binder like this. with their photo, and details about their ethnicity, height and weight. even their hobbies and grade po
are >>> what's left of the rain? not much. only affecting a very small portion through the southeast. charlie county, calvert county, saint mary's county, too. zoom. in you can see it around leonard town, montrose and all headed to the northeast. that is it. but fog affecting everybody and it will be a major deal for tomorrow morning with very low visibility. starting in the mid to upper 60s tomorrow morning. it will be warm. you bet. highs around 85 degrees tomorrow with a mixture of clouds and sunshine. and wait until you see twha rest the week is looking like. i'll have another look at the seven-day forecast in a few minutes. >> set off a chain of horrific shootings that put our region on edge for nearly a month. today marks ten years since the first deadly sniper attack. by the time it was over, ten people were killed. three others critically wounded. it was also a time that forever changed the lives of the victims' families. jackie bensen joins us live from montgomery county police headquarters. >> reporter: we were all afraid. but for ten families, those dark days meant the agonizing lo
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